Crogher clothing is made to order for linen lovers. We offer most universal sizes in different fits.
Users have an option to alter sleeve and collar as per their taste.
The whole process can be divided into two major classifying steps
1. Flax to Fabric
2. Fabric to Shirt.
rocess from fabric to shirt requires
1. Material Inspection
Once we receive an order the fabric and trims to be used for the apparel are checked by qualified checkers. The purpose is to get quality shirts/apparel after stitching and finishing. Factory uses fabric checking machines to speed up checking pro-cess and make quality checking process more effective. This process ensures only the finest of qualities of fabrics gets into production.
2. Pattern Making
Inside the factory where hundreds of garments are made for same size and same measurement, a pattern for each variation of shirt is essential . Sample shirts are made first to check that patterns are made correctly. As factory needs to make shirts for different sizes, pattern grading is done and patterns are made for all sizes and fits. Pattern grading can be done using CAD system. We maintain a separate pattern for each size fit.
3. Cutting of Fabric and Fusing Material
Once fabric is sourced and pattern is ready to use, cutting of fabric is started. Fabric is laid on the flat table. Multiple layers (fabric plies) are cut together. Marking of outlines for shirt components are done by using paper patterns. After marking, fabric is cut using cutting machine Fabric is the major cost component in a garment. So, before cutting marker making is done wisely to increase fabric utilization. Marker making and cutting can be done using computer controlled machine. For checks and stripes customers want checks and stripes should match in between shoulder and sleeve, left front and right front panels, even in side seams. To match checks, garment components need to cut accordingly. Fusible interlinings are cut for collar and cuffs. Interlinings components are attached to collar and cuff components using fusing machine.
5. Shirt Finishing
In finishing stage, buttons are attached to collar, cuffs and in front placket. Button holing is done on these parts. Uncut thread tails are trimmed. Other finishing sub-processes include stain removing, pressing. In case washing of shirt is required, facto-ries wash shirt to give desired hand feel and aesthetic look.
6. Quality Inspection
Shirts are finished and ready to fold and pack. Before packing, shirts are checked to ensure that no defective shirts are send to customer. If defective garment is found, it will be discarded and the entire process from step one will be repeated to get the best quality of shirts.
7. Shirt Packing
This is the last process for the manufacturers in shirt making. All shirts are folded nicely using cardboard, tissue paper, pins etc. Hang tag and Price tags are attached to the folded shirts. Folded shirts are packed into polythene bag and then packed into cardboard box. Packing of shirt is done as per buyer's instruction.
We always yearn to come up with the best in us in each of these steps. Excellence in each of these ensures the most superior quality end product. The motto being , each customer earned is of infinite value for us.
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